The Structure Show: Andrew Higginbotham swears that CenturyLink can even beat Amazon on bandwidth price so if you thought the price wars were winding down, you have another think coming.
Is it different building a connected device in Europe? Where are wearables heading?What are the risks of hacked smart home integrations? We discuss these questions and more on the podcast this week.
On this week’s Structure Show, Canonical’s Mark Shuttleworth on why we have to move on from the operating system wars to get to cloud goodness.
Motorola signed a patent license with Microsoft for Android and Chrome OS devices this month. Wait: Motorola doesn’t make any Chrome OS devices. But it could and one possibility is to use an Android phone with a Chrome OS partition for a modular laptop.
Connecting devices into a truly interoperable system isn’t as easy as some of the hype masters touting the internet of things would have you believe. But Peter Semmelhack has a few ideas.
ICYMI: On this week’s Structure Show, the OpenStack Foundation’s Mark Collier and Jonathan Bryce take us through the Icehouse release and why we shouldn’t get our knickers in a bunch re. the Solum PaaS project.
We’re answering some tough questions this week on the podcast starting with what’s that up in the sky and ending with, why hasn’t my smart lock shipped yet.
Still blindly surfing in the wake of HeartBleed? Our Chrome extension of the week will give you a little more peace of mind, telling you which sites are still at risk of being hacked before you even hit them.
Rightscale keeps a sharp eye on business cloud usage. Kim Weins talks about some surprising findings from the company’s 2014 State of the Cloud Survey.
After leaks of two new Asus Chromebooks appeared earlier this year, one has broken cover. Say hello to the C200, an Intel-powered 11.6-inch Chromebook that will likely be supplemented with a larger C300 model.